The Literary Career of Medora Field Perkerson
A Southern Twentieth-Century American WritereBook - 2012
The works of Medora Field Perkerson have been historically neglected by scholars. This book aims to examine her works through the lens of their regional importance as touchstones of early to mid-twentieth-century Southern literature. She was friends with Margaret Mitchell, the author of the famous Gone with the Wind, which helped Perkerson?s career because she helped to promote the book. While her career spanned from the 1920?s until the 50?s, her heyday was in the late 1930?s and 40?s. Today many may know about Margaret Mitchell but this book shows that her friend Medora Field Perkerson is al.
Publisher: Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, 2012
Characteristics: 1 online resource (112 pages)